Create conversation with thumb stopping posts that get people talking about Kenco's CSR project; helping vulnerable Hondurans on the cusp of joining street gangs.
Just 16, Antonio left education at a younger age to support his family. Six months into the #CoffeeVsGangs project, he's working towards a brighter future. But for others that option simply doesn't exist.
Gang members have to prove their allegiance in violent ways. Cutting off someone's finger is common. For Juan it could be different. He's come a long way in six months on Kenco's #CoffeeVsGangs scheme and now he has the chance to build a brighter future in the coffee business.
As you read this, Roberto is ending another life-changing day on the #CoffeeVsGangs farm. He and 18 other young Hondurans are beginning to see the world in a whole new light. For many their simple isn't a choice.
Gang members earn pride from serving time in prison. Juan is a member of Kenco's #CoffeeVsGangs project, and right now is showing us what pride really means.
While gang members lose their lives and families, #CoffeeVsGangs has helped Pablo find a future in Coffee.
Thanks to Kenco for giving us a taste of the first harvest.